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Contract System. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
Contract System. Here is an item we clipped from the; 'Government Gazette' of recent date: — 'TO OONTE ACTORS. Kwollyn (Coarin) and Bruce Rock '(Nunagin) State notels 4962-3, De- . partment pf Publiet Work's, Perth, 11th September, 3.913. 'TENDERS for the erection aid completion of the above State Hotels will be received by the Hon. Minister for Works up to noon, Tuesday, the 30th day of September, 1913. Contrac tors may tender for each building sepa rately or for both buildings together, and the Minister reserves the right of accepting either alternative. 'No tender necessarily accepted. 'Particulars may be obtained at the Public Works Department Contract Room, Barracks, St. George's Terrace, Perth; also at York and Northam Court Houses, on and after Tuesday, 10th , September, 1913. ,, '-: . G. A. MTJNT, Under Secretary for Public Works.' Is there anyone who can tell us something about the above;? Up 'ciil spying it in the 'Gazette' we were under the impression that the. Govern men...
SOME OCEAN NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
[?] ? ? The ocean daily newspaper may be described as a bye-product of wire- 1 less telegraphy. Prior to the arrival ] of Marconi in the world of science, ] the Transatlantic passenger was cut 1 ofi from the world for six or seven 1 days, but he can now have his news j served up hot at breakfast-time I every morning, just as if he were, sipping his matutinal coffee on terra firma. The most ambitious mari , time venture into the realms of daily, journalism is that for which the Ounard Company are responsible. Evolving from a single sheet, which made its appearance once during the royage, it has grown into a 32-page Daper which contains not only the ! lews of the day, ;but also a serial tory, chatty paragraphs, poems, ex .racts from standard authors, des criptive articles, items of useful in formation, and advertisements . ga- ; lore. @ It is, in fact, precisely the class of production to enable the idle passenger, lounging in a deck chair or comfortably ensconced in a corner of the s...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
BOWLS. Now that the summer days are upon us again, no doubt there are many of us looking forward to this grand old summer pastime. A casual glance at the green at the present time is mak ing the muscles of one or two aspiring champions stand out from thsir sockets and ache for a roll on the greed. It must be said that the green is looking in capital order, and if it plays as we:Q as it looks our Kalgoorlio and Boulder friends will have to look to their laurels this year, as Coolgardie means to make the best use of a good green and try hard to get at least one of the pennants for 1913-14.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
GOLF. * (By. 'Caddie.') . Although the hot weather is upon ua|, this pastime, which isgtfered at by the many who have never .tasted of . i1}S grand qualities as an interesting and scientific game, sees a,' good num ber turn up to the links to mdulo-e in a.) friendly round; and if only some of those who scoff at the idea of playing the game were to have witnessed the good number that turned up on Sun day last to the links, they would very likely stop their remarks when asked to. go, down, and have a game,- and say to themseves that after ail there must foe; .something, in it. To take a casual guess at the number out on Sunday I would 'hazard' that close on 20 must have put in an appearance for a hit round. Included in the number were three or four of our lady en thusiasts, one of whom, I believe^ has got down to the sixties, which is in deed a creditable lound. Up to tima of writing I have not heard of anyone having broken any records on Sunday, or did I hear of any balls being lost....
BURBANKS BIRTHDAY GIFT. ALSO THE LADY ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
BURBANKS BIRTHDAY GIFT. ALSO. THE LADY ROBINSON. In connection with the present gen eral meeting of shareholders in the Burbanks Birthday Gift, now again left on tribute, and the fact that the Lady Robinson (Cecil and party) is a consistent producer, the following statement made by the chair ma:i of directors (Mr. E. T. Reid) at a meet ing of the Birthday shareholders, held in London nearly 16 years ago should Birthday Gift has gone through many phases, but it may be claimed that the predictions regarding lodes hav,ei been fairly fairly well fulfilled. During his statement Mr. Reid said: — 'In presenting you with our annual report and balance-sheet for the year ended Septmber 30 last, xue directors desire to congratulate you upon the satisfactory nature of these documents,. The. report of Professor Nicholas is of such an exhaustive character that it really leaves me very little to say to you. The; first thing you will observe 'is tha-t the size of your property has increased. Profes...
THE CYCLIST'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
THE GYCifST'S SOHQ. , .? Oh it's a joy to be up in the morning when the dew is yet on tb.8 clover, , And the air is full of sweetness that . makes a draught devine ; (To mount—one's wheel and go flying away -and away — a rovez1, In a wide, bright world of beauty—! and all that world is mine ! - - ? #: ?There's a breath of balm on . the breezes, a scent of the wayward roses, A hint of the incense odours that blow through the hillside pines, And ever-shifting landscape, that; some new, bright charm dis closes, ' . As I flash from nooks of shadow to plains ,, where' the sunlight ? shines. ^ . I sing in my care-free gladness ; X am kin to the wind that's '-.blow-' ing I / I am thrilled by the bliss of motioiv like the bird that skirns the down ; Q-lve me a wheel for a comrade, and the king may keep his crown.
HELL [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
HELL (Special for the 'Coolgaraie Miner.') The cables from London inform us that the, above word is to be eliminated in the revised Bible. What does this suggjest ? On© thing at least, thai, the Bible is1 not to be taken. literally, but metaphorically; secondly, that theology, doctrine and all the educational para phenalia cannot make a Christian — hence; the time has long since come for people to think for themselves, and not be dejjehdent or solely guided by the clergy — they indeed in this, prac tical period only need be followed so far as their lives come in line with the, Christ who healed both sin and sickness. Is not the present age an afflicted age? Then why dp not thos'e who profess Christ make a profession of it, dp the Christ acts of healing, which He said was the proof-, of their calling, and the greatest enigma of all is that' those professing to teach us, have claimed that 'God has prepared, a material Hell to punish people. If so, how could any reasonable being worshi...
State Battery Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
State Batt@ry Cruskings. The following is a complete list of crushings at the Coolgardie State battery : — P.A. 882 (L. Martin), 37-i tons for 4oz lOdwt. Oheapside (J. Merritt), 282 tons for 143oz 15dwt. P.A. 894 (W. Atkins), 12 tons for 6oz 14dwt. „ P-A- 98i (Y. Kossick), 21 tons for 7oz lldwt. Hampton Plains (A. Easfcou), 26 tons for 65oz lOdwt. Lord Bobs G-.M.L. (T. Evans) MU tons for 58oz lOdwt. Hampton Plains (M. Bonne v) 12 tons for 7pz 12dwt. G.M.L. King Solomon (Oameron and Bruce), 76£ tons for 25pz G.M.L. The Prosperity (Tvvigg and party, , tributers), 56 tons for 63oz ldwt,
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
OEIOKET. As Stated in a paragraph in our last issue iti would be a pity to see this re nowned summer pastime go- by Ihe boards for the sake of an energetic one or two, and we are very pleased to be able to state that since our reminder appeared last week that the Fire Bri gade have: decided to form a club, and with this club, Burbanks and a Cool gardie club the game will have an in teresting aspect after all, for in all probability it will mean the forming of an Association. As regards ex penses necessary, the biggest item is the matting trouble, but surely the three clubs could compromise and as sist; one another in this direction, or probably it would be left to the As socaition as a matter for them to deal with. It is pleasing to state also that Mr. Lou Tindal is again calling a meeting of those interested in the Coolgardie Club, so roll up members and supporters at 9.15 to-night at the Westral Hotel. The business: to be transacted will only take a few min utes at the outside, an...
THE BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
THE BENJAMIN GEOEGE. I. i .1 i . i i : . ^^ . ? i- . ? I i. - I I Already Hansen and party havei a big quantity of ore raised, somewhere in the vicinity of 200 tons, and should the stone prove to yield as much as previous crushings, a splendid fillip in advertising the Old Camp will again be achieved. It is not anticipated that £ne whole of the stone will give the one value, as a large number of - the tonnage was raised in develop ment work. As before, the curious ones of the town are anxiously wait ing to hear the result of this crushing, which will ?j.ow be put through in the course of a few, days. In wishing the crushing good luck we also extend to Mr. A. Hansen a pleasant trip on hia proposed trip to the Eastern. States next month. s :. -..__,
TINDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
TUSTDALS. During the past few days most en couraging reports have come to hand regarding the above mine, and every wi,s3i is extended to the directors and shareholders 'chat ,the latest develop ments will prove to b,e only too true. There is no doubt that this mine is a fairy big proposition, and even with a little success in gold producing at the present time will enable the directors to continue on with, deveopment work and thus prove to the shareholders and public alike that there is still a very good reason for the call that has been made. This mine, with its every equip ment, should, and will, pay its way on low grade dirt, and what is more, - there is undoubtedly plenty of it to \fe obtained. Tindals has been a real good friend to Coogardie in the past, and is yet going to be one of our best gold producers, and which will mean a great helpmeet to the town gjenerally.
THE COOLGARDIE REDEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
'. | 5e«Sb~» . . , THE COOLGARDIE REDEMPTION. Mr. W. H. Grant, who represents Messrs. Fox, Ellis and Co., of MeL bourne, was in town last week and had a look at the above-named property with a view of seeing whether the con difions were favorable, for the taking up of this urine; and had the water trouble not been so great there was every probability that the mine would be~ once again worked. The question arises: — Would it not pay the Gov ernment to pay for the pumping of the water and use it for the State bat tery? If so, there would be a good prospect of getting money to sink the Redemption shaft for the purpose of picking, up the rich chute underfoot which was some tii&e ago worked by a man named Mitchell. Undoubtedly thifpniine contains some rich values, .which. ? has been proven by past crushings, and for what reason the mine has been left to lie idle for so long nobody knows. However, as Mr. Grant has obtained full particulars of the 'trouble and eonditioas of the min...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
I ^r ^r Possess a delicious flavour appeal- - ? fasz^y^ ing to every -palate. | As a substitute for meat they supply every needed element. . ; They are most economical. fOOBS, SAUCES, RELISHES, €ON©IMEMTS ' ' ? - You should also try Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Soup Sweet and Sour Gherkin Pickles, India Relish, Mince Meat, Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. ' ' Grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. ? Union ? Gold Too- Ale. - ' Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgoorik TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. ?.'.?.'.??'.? No Other Kept. .Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. . , Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices. Telephone 18. j. p. MARTIN, .Proprietor. ^XJST.RJ^LI^. HOTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. A. Popular House with Visitors, ? .-;' ~ R. Nisbet - - . Proprietor DENVE...
THE MARVEL LOCH CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
w THE MAEVEL LOCH CO. . According 'to advices received per cable from Adelaide and Melbourne, we are informed that the above com pany have, decided to exercise its op tion over the Comet lease. Mr. E. C. Dyason visited the Comet lease last Thursday for the purpose of deciding the matter, and returned to Perth last Sunday. Therefore the first instalment will be paid on^the 1st October,
P.A. 892 [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
: I - ?. I 1 . - - _ . P.A. 892 \ Mr. W. Barker ia working the. above lease, which adjoins the Benjamin George. He is working a kaolin lode which runs up to 12ft. wide at a depth of 65ft., and from whieTi a crushing will soon be put through to test its value. By putting a crosscut east he has proved the same channel of coun try that Mr. Hansen i3 working, and it is his intention, as soon as the crush ing} has gone through, to pick up the lode worked by Benjamin George, as it is only 75ft, distant from the worMngs.
THE HIDDEN SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 4 October 1913
THE. HIDDEN SECRET. As we reported last week the tributers of the above mine at North Eundynie would have their crushing for September through this week. From Mr. J. Kay Hall w@ have re ceived particulars ef the orushiDg, ?which is as follows : — 370 tons for 389oz lldwt, or an average of 21dwt. Six hundred tons of sands were also cyanided which produced 189oz 17dwt 12gv. The cyanide elean-np was ©qual to 105. 5oz fine gold, the actual recovery per ton being 15s l^d. and the cost 3s 7d per ton.